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, a cnn exclusive and a very candid discussion with a man who once had it all. >> i'm sweating up in here. >> jason williams on his rise, his fall, and why he says prison saved his life. >>> good evening, everyone. i'm don lemon. thank you so much for joining us. i'm going to get you up to speed now. hundreds of thousands of people are spending tonight in oppressive darkness caused bay brutal heatwave and widespread power outages. crews are working overtime and they could be at it for days. trying to restore electricity in ohio, virginia, and several other states. more on the record breaking heat in a moment here on cnn. >>> in colorado, families are getting their first look at what remains of their homes after a deadly wildfire tore through the neighborhoods of colorado springs. on cnn's state of the union, the colorado governor described what he saw as he flew over the pike national forest. take a listen. >> it was like your worst nightmare of a movie set, trying to show what the apocalypse or armageddon would like look like. we flew a helicopter in. this was as the fire was going on. i
. >> everything has pretty much just collapsed on to the facement. >>> plus, a cnn exclusive. and a very candid discussion with a man who once had it all. jason williams on his rise, his fall, and why he says prison saved his life. >>> good evening, everyone. i'm don lemon. thanks for joining us. i'm going to get you up to speed now. hundreds of thousands of people are in darkness because of oppressive heat and widespread blackouts. more on the record-breaking heat in a moment on cnn. >>> in colorado, families are getting their first look at what remains of their home, after a deadly wildfire tore through the neighborhoods of colorado springs. on cnn state of the union, the colorado governor described what he saw as he flew over the pike national forest. take a listen. >> it was like the apocalypse or what armageddon would look like. we flew a helicopter over top. and this is when the fire was going on. i thought it was trees burning. it was home. >>> a mississippi federal court judge has issued temporary restraining order which will keep a clinic open until july 11th. the clinic was facing clo
other states. more on the record breaking heat in a moment here on cnn. >>> in colorado, families are getting their first look at what remains of their homes after a deadly wildfire tore through the neighborhoods of colorado springs. on cnn's state of the union, the colorado governor described what he saw as he flew over the pike national forest. take a listen. >> it was like your worst nightmare of a movie set, trying to show what the apocalypse or armageddon would like look like. we flew a helicopter in. this was as the fire was going on. i thought it was trees burning. as we got closer, it was homes. >>> to mississippi now, where that state's only remaining abortion clinic will stay open at least for the time being. the clinic owner told us tonight that a mississippi federal court judge has issued a temporary restraining order, which will keep the clinic open until at least july 11th. a hearing is set for that date. the clinic was facing closure under a new state law. in a few minutes, we'll go live to jackson, mississippi, for the late else. >>> exit polls in mexico project th
in a moment on cnn. >>> in colorado, families are getting their first look at what remains of their home, after a deadly wildfire tore through the neighborhoods of colorado springs. on cnn state of the union, the colorado governor described what he saw as he flew over the pike national forest. take a listen. >> it was like the apocalypse or what armageddon would look like. we flew a helicopter over top. and this is when the fire was going on. i thought it was trees burning. it was home. >>> a mississippi federal court judge has issued temporary restraining order which will keep a clinic open until july 11th. the clinic was facing closure under a new state low. in a few minutes, we'll go to jackson, mississippi, for the latest. >>> exit polls in mexico show that rico pena nieto. many cast ballots after waiting in lines. in neito wins, the revolutionary party will return to power for the first time in 12 years. >>> until today, we did not have the kind of road map. >> hopefully diplomats plan syria won't be a road map to nowhere. secretary of state hillary clinton praised the
the decision would be handed down, pandemonium! >> this is cnn's breaking news. >> jon: the race was on. which news organization would be the first to speak of the great decision. who would emerge from the chaos as today's grand champion of news firstiness! >> i want to bringing you the break nugs that according to procedure bill meers the individual mandate is not a valid exercise of the commerce clause. >> it would appear as if the supreme court justices have struck down the individual mandate, the center piece piece of the health care legislation. >> we have break news here on the fox news channel. the individual mandate has been ruled unconstitutional. (laughter) >> jon: at 10:07 a.m. eastern daylight time in a photo finish response news, cnn by 8 seconds was the very first organization to report the unconstitutionality of obama's signature health care act. >> wow, that's a dramatic moment. >> jon: yes. (laughter) >> jon: yes. a moment of great drama. and like many of our greatest dramas, a work of complete fiction. (laughter) >> we're getting conflicting information. as we follow, go to--
right now. when it comes to battleground voters, the numbers aren't so close. the brand new cnn orc polls are just in. we're breaking them down for you. standby. >>> also millions still without power, baking in record heat in washington, d.c., in the mid-atlantic, days after being clobbered by a deadly monster storm. is there any relief in sight? >>> and an american grad student fights for his life after being violently mauled by two chimps in south africa. ahead, the horrifying details of the attack. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." these numbers just coming in. let's go to the battle for the white house. a brand new cnn o.r.c. poll is just being released right now. take a look at just how tight the race is. among registered voters nationally, nationally. 49% say they are for president obama versus 46% for mitt romney. that's with a 2.5% samplining err error. despite the landmark ruling, there's been no change in the number for either candidate since the last poll that came out in may. look at this, when it comes to voters in the so-called battleground states, abou
the former assiitant football coach. and a warning...ssme of the informaaion may be disturbi. disturbing. cnn has been given details f four purported email exchanges ffom sources with knooledge of the case. raising new questionn about what penn state knew and when they knew pt. the e-mails are between penn state ppesident graham ppanier, vice presiient gary schultz, and athletic director tim curley discussing the now infamous 2001 shower incident whhre grad assistant mmke sexxally assaulting a young y - boy. the first email is dated his boos coach joe paterno to - about what he's seen in the shower. paterno tstified quote- "it was a sexual nature." by now, mcqueary testified he's told athletic director curley and vp schultz about exactly what he saw-- aa boy with his hands up against a waal with sandusky behind him. the purpprted e-mails don't mention sandusky y namee instead calling hhi "the subject" and person." in the first purported exchangee a ttree-part plan to qqote: "talk with the ubject ... contact the... charrtable organization (second mile) and contacting the ddpartment of w
, the numbers aren't so close. let's go straight to cnn's joe johns. he's breaking the numbers for us. he's in des moines, iowa, right now. tell our viewers what we're seeing, joe. >> reporter: wolf, there's certainly a lot more to this than meets the eye. the main takeaway is mitt romney is running ahead of the president in some of the states that matter most. conservatives are still shaking their heads. >> it was really a shock. >> i'm dispinted at their position. they came to a position. >> how could one of their own on the supreme court side with liberals onto uphold the institutionalty of the democrat's health care plan. in many ways it was still a conservative decision. >> this was a conservative judicial philosophy that says the role of the courts is to be the last resort, not the first resort. we only strike something down when it's a big piece of regulation if we absolutely have to. that's still quite conservative. >> and this type of thinking shouldn't be a surprise. >> wrong piece there running, obviously. the takeaway on our poll is even though the president maintains a slight
a look at your houses. for some, it was very emotional. cnn's jim spellman was there. >> reporter: residents of hard hit colorado springs get their first look at what was once their homes. >> we will go for the tour around, but there is not much left. >> reporter: now little more than ashes left. tim and katy film exclusively for cnn. >> this is the garage. you can see the gutter that has fallen down. the only thing left of the garage is the bricks standing here and the brass picture that we didn't like anyway. >> reporter: they first learned that the home was destroyed when they saw this picture on the front page of the "denner post" but they weren't sure what to expect when they saw it up cl e close. >> we didn't know if we could be able to handle looking at the house and stuff, but it is actually kind of of nice. we have all of the neighbors here, and they are helping out. the community has been beyond, beyond great. >> reporter: ted's last view of the house was as flames raced down the hillside. >> this is where i saw the fire start coming down, coming out of the back door lo
for watching. let's go to carol costello, "cnn newsroom" begins right now. >>> happening right now in the newsroom, sweltering heat. nearly 2 million people still don't have power and 16 states are under heat advisories or warnings. when will things start to cool down and when will the power come back on? plus, cover-up. cnn has seen e-mails from top brass to suggest a cover-up on jerry sandusky's child rape accusations. one from the university's president says dealing with the sex abuse within the school was, quote, humane. it's a cnn exclusive. plus -- return to power. the political party that ruled mexico for 70 years is back. you're looking at mexico's projected new president, pena nieto. on his agenda reduce the violence from drug cartels that seem to rule the country, but can he do it? >>> a rematch is on or is it? this photo finish was too close to call so these two runners are duking it out tonight fighting for that olympic dream but now reports suggest one of them might not run. "newsroom" begins right now. >>> and good morning to you. i'm carol costello. thank you so much
out of danger. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >>> that's it for us. thanks very much for watching. thank you. "erin burnett outfront" starts "erin burnett outfront" starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> "outfron>>> "outfront" republicans are rolling out ther thep thetheir att. thp they say they hathey repeal and then replace. but does it add up. >>> a texas grad student mauled at the jane goodall institute. what went wrong? >>> and one man trying to rewrite the constitution. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening. i'm john avlon in for erin burnett tonight. "outfront" tonight, republicans in a corner over health care. the supreme court battle may be over. but has the political and policy war just begun? the house of representatives has already scheduled a vote to repeal health care reform next week. and senate republicans have pledged to repeal it if they take back the senate this fall. the conservative base is firmly aligned against the health care law. mitt romney is campaigning on a pledge to repeal and replace. just look at the sign on his podium. over the weeken
remarkable. there was video that came in to cnn that really stopped us all in our tracks. we want to warn you about this. it's so graphic. it details a little girl. i want you to watch. have a look. >> reporter: the pictures are painful to watch. surrounded by corpses, one distraught man holds up the limp bloody body of a dead young girl. this is a new massacre by assad, he shouts. this is a new massacre by the countries that have conspired against our people. also more bodies wrapped up. evidence of another horrific slaughter that's taken place in syria. syrian expatriots call it the proregime attacks escalated thursday. we've been unable to confirm what exactly happened but the attacks left more than 50 people dead. one amateur video shows a helicopter firing on the area. the state run syrian news agency says dozens of terrorist elements were killed in clashes as security forces continued to track down and arrest them. it said the forces discovered prisons where kidnapped people were tortured and killed. thursday, two blasts rocked damascus, one in the heart of city. reports of more explosi
states anyway? here to discuss democratic strategist and cnn contributor and the presidential campaign adviser who served for rick perry and newt gingrich. good morning to both of you. >> good morning, carol. good to be here. >> good morning. >> good morning, carol. >> good morning. i want to start with you because you worked a lot on newt gingrich's campaign and his campaign was more of a national campaign. it didn't exactly -- i mean, he didn't exactly get support by traveling state to state but more he got support on a national level by appearing on television. is that fair? >> it is fair and i think marie and i will agree on most of this segment. these people running for the highest office in the land, exposure is important being in local communities and one thing i watched extremely successful when president obama came through south carolina campaigning against hillary clinton was he talked to the daily newspapers, the local outlets, and that really does a tremendous job in getting your message out. it's fair to say it's important to be in these battleground states. it's important
represent a hotly contested swing district. i want to read new poll numbers to you from cnn. when asked who would better handle health care, 51% of registered voters say obama, and 44% say romney. but more importantly, 65% of non-white voters would like to keep all the provisions in place. do these numbers concern you as a representative from a swing district? >> they don't, john, in the sense that i espouse the goals of the 2012 law. they're the right goals. every american should have good, affordable health care. and affordable health care insurance. that's not in question. but that law is a bad law. bluntly it imposes $2 trillion worth of bureaucracy that takes resources directly away from care. so there are smarter and better ways to achieve those goals. that's what i'm for. >> let's talk about that. you're a doctor. you have unique insight through your medical practice into the way medicine really works. >> right. >> and mitt romney and his advisers have said they do support certain popular provisions, keeping kids on their parents' insurance till the age of 26, making it not policy fo
and emotional. and then he got a $1 million advance to do a memoir. he had his contract doubled at cnn, making $4 million. >> cenk: that sounds good. >> right? we calculated as a staff who are the 50 most powerful gay and lesbian americans. he was number two, and he was at a really powerful place in his career. he had a big show. here was this guy who pretty much already knew in media who was gay. he had a huge amount of platform and power the way we looked at it at the time was reporting the truth. >> cenk: shana you think by definition he came out too late? you think he should have come out in 2007. >> it would have been nice to see him come out. the letter that he wrote is beautiful, gorgeous. he's a great writer, articulate, emotional. i think it would have been nice to see. done for sure. just by saying that we opened the door for a lot of media to report on the fact that we had said that he was gay until we got to this point where today there was almost no surprise. many outlets have done stories about rumors of anderson cooper being gay. they reported on the idea of it without saying it
. thank you for joining us -- cnn "newsroom" continues right now. >> air force sexual abuse investigation. we're on the story. >>> the whole world news the crimes of jerry sandusky, but in early 2001 only five people knew or suspected, and they didn't do much about it. it's all in the e-mails. and it's out with the old and in with the older in mexico. voters returned to a party that ruled that country for most of the 20th century. we begin with the insane record-breaking heat that's gripping a huge part of the country right now. hot and hotter. that's what the national weather service says that we can expect for the next several days, and you need it know this. at least 16 states under heat advisories or warnings today. adding to the misery, nearly 2 million people without electricity in the d.c. area and surrounding states. deadly storms battered that area over the weekend killing at least 16 people. our brian todd is outside in that heat in the d.c. suburb of wheaton, maryland. brian, what's the biggest problems you're seeing right now? >> reporter: right now the rush hour is officially
, kyra. >> keep us updated and be sure to stay with cnn on the extreme heat wave and efforts to restore the power that's affected to so many areas. the heat is adding to the problems to fire fighters out west actually. take a look at this map right here. it shows the 12 western states dealing with the fires right now. here is one in colorado springs. fire fighters are now getting an upper hand, so much so that evacuation orders have actually been lifted for more than 35,000 people who have been forced to flee. rob marciano has been there since it began. rob, let's talk about the people that have been there insince it began. what exactly are they coming back to? >> reporter: you know, some are coming back to neighborhoods and homes that are just fine, that was evacuated as a precautionary measure and kept that way because utilities and such had to get back online. others, think coming back to damaged homes or -- or nothing. yesterday the folks who were -- who knew that their homes were gone were finally allowed back to take a look in their private vehicles via convoy and look at what was
. this is according to e-mail, cnn hag going through between former university president, graham spanier and gary schultz and tim curley, after graduate assistant mike mcqueary reported the incident to them, spanier decided to not tell authorities and instead told curley, the onlydownside for us is if the message isn't heard and acted upon and we become vulnerable for not having reported it. but that can be assessed down the road. curley and schultz face perjury and also accused of failing to properly reporting suspected child abuse. >>> the only abortion clinic still operating in mississippi can stay open for now. a new law in the state took effect yesterday requiring a abortion providers to be certified ob-gyn practitioners with privileges at local hospitals. a federal judge issued a restraining order that keeps the clinic's doors openal least until a hearing on july 11th. >>> that graduate student from georgia who lost her hands, left leg and her right foot to flesh eating bacteria is leaving the hospital today and she is headed to a rehab center. amy copeland's father says his daughter will g
.m. and 1:00 p.m. eastern. international viewers can go to our website for air times, cnn.com/fareed. > and tonight, oliver stone gets prickley about my questions. >> there's a lot of twists. it's a wild ride. >> and the world of green since he made wall street. plus, his unforgettable past. what was the greatest -- >> i have been through so many. i'm lucky, you know. >> and now his project -- >> i got to get to work. i don't know if i can drive. >> i will drive you. i will feel fine. >> it's as racy as ever. >> i don't know if you can say it on primetime cnn. >> one thing you thought he would never see him do. >>> good evening. oliver stone won his first oscar over 30 years ago. he has been turning heads every since with ground-breaking and controversial tunes. his latest film is savages. he is opinionated. oliver stone. i am excited about this, because i have been a huge fan of yours for a long time. i don't usually say that. it's an american thing to say, but we are british and we hide things. i like the provocative under current to them. you don't really take prisoners
issues is foolish. host: in cnn and "the new york post" points out that the mark whitaker, in a conference call on friday, said that he was disgusted after cnn had mistakenly reported first that the supreme court had overturned the health care law, and this from david hinckley in the new york daily noust, cnn, looking at the ratings problems, but also pointing out the biggest buzz cnn got this week was from its health care ruling gaff. you're both journalists and as you know, you want to get the story first, as you pointed out, but you also want to get it right. >> the problem, you know, we live and die by hits, and being quick is the way to be first and being quick is also the way to be wrong. >> look, i work for "politico." no one has ever accused us of being slow to jump on a story. but on thursday morning we had reporters all over the court and outside the court and people in the newsroom. and we waited until we had heard what justice roberts said and had read the decision. you needed to read page four of the decision to get to what actually happened. >> there's the pr
cnn is accessing disturbing e-mails that could lead to new charges. >>> it could be constitutional as we have learned but republicans vowing to repeal, repeal that health care law. >> this has to be ripped out by its roots. >> the stakes growing bigger for the november elections. a jam packed show, legendary journalist dan rather, tom price, marsha blackburn and baltimore mayor, stephanie rawlings-blake. it is monday, july 2nd, "starting point" begins right now. here we go on this holiday week, good morning to you. our "starting point" this morning, millions of americans from the midwest to the northeast struggling to survive another day of dangerous and potentially deadly heat here. 16 people have already died since thursday when triple digit temperatures unleashed the deadly storms leaving millions without power. you see all of these states in yellow? these are the states suffering in ohio, 425,000 customers without power as of 10:00 last night. same story in virginia, same story in maryland, where hundreds of thousands of people are waiting, waiting for that electricity to flip
you informed. cnn, the most trusted name in news. >>> skyrocketing health care costs have created what some say is one of the biggest economic bubbles in american history. doing nothing could lead to dire consequences. that's why some providers are experimenting with innovative approaches to health care before it's too late. >> we're spending a whole lot in our country for health care and not getting our money's worth. and that's a tragedy. >> dr. jeffrey brenner is on the front lines trying to reform a health care system that has been called hopelessly broken. >> we spend twice as much at other industrialized countries and we cover fewer people in our country. >> brenner is tackling this disconnect in camden, new jersey, one of america's poorest cities. he's been a family physician here for 11 years. his mission started on this street in 2001, with a gunshot. an unremarkable sound in camden, which has one of the highest murder rates in the country. >> i was sitting at my desk one evening and shots rang out. >> brenner ran outside, where the victim was lying in a pool of his own blood.
to allegations against jerry sandusky. according to cnn, newly released e-mails suggest the university's former president and vice president covered up an incident involving sandusky in a shower with a boy in 200 is. they planned toen -- in 2001. they planned to contact police but decided to stay quite. >>> relief efforts are underway in china after a strong earthquake there. 34 people are injured from the 6.6 quake. it killed more than 2,000 head of livestock and damaged more than 30,000 homes. >>> a historic tie will finally be settled today. sprinters made history last week when they tied for third in the olympic trial fors s -- trials for the 100 meter dash. they will race this afternoon to settle the tie. >> i wonder if everybody is going to be wearing extra long shoes. >> yeah. >>> still ahead on wjz eyewitness news at noon, searching for damage. your father -- your complete forecast just 2 minutes abay. -- away. >> first here's,,,,,,,,,,,, [ male announcer ] now at your neighborhood subway: the new santa fe steak melts. get extra grande flavor with the santa fe steak & bacon melt. juicy
to enthusiasm. 59% said they're extremely enthusiastic. for republicans it's 51%. the cnn/orc went to 15 key battleground states and all of a sudden the story changes. mitt romney has the edge when youd a in those key states. in the end this really comes down to a few swing states. >> thank you so much. >>> coming up tonight at 6:00, there are still downed trees, power lines. we will take a look at what you should and should not do. we want you to stay safe. >> plus a new scam is trying to trick one. this one really seems legit. those stories and more coming up at six. now here's a preview of what's ahead on world knolls at 6:30. >> that extreme heat and also that high profile split. what now about the coach of scientology, all coming up. ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] one day it will hit you. by replacing one sugared beverage a day with a bottle of nestle pure life water, you can cut 50,000 calories a year from his diet. choose the crisp, clean taste of america's #1 bottled water. nestle pure life. join the hydration movement. a great clean doesn't have to take longer. i'm done... i'm going t
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mayor on c-n-n this orning talking about the assive powerr she hopesspeople will take care of each other during the heat wave. "ourrbiggest worry is thh peat-related deaths. thht is where weeare vulnerable. so many people, bout a quarter of the citizens arr still have cctizens that we knnw are isolation, thoseeare ur vulnerrble populations, so we're reelly ttying to get the word out. we're going to go back out today with ice. we're opeeing additiinal cooling centers with ir conditioning, so people have options. wee just need to make ssre that we're checking on each otter." other."the state departmenttof mennal health and hygiene says libraries and community ccnters across maryland plan to stay open late to act ass cooling centers. eighborhhods all across the city are getting power restored, some quicker than others.paul gessler is live in now without power.paul? - this tree came crashing down into the front yard of the home here onncedarcroft road.as far as the hooeowner knows, the like mmny still in this is, neighborhood, stil
this on prime-time cnn. we'll just have to have a sort of slew of bleeps. >> let me apologize. >> your mother watches this. >> well, she's not going to need to now. sorry, mom. love you. but i -- you know, i would actually love the opportunity. at the right time. i would literally go there, live there, and try to become it. i don't want to half-ass anything. i said another bad word. i apologize. >> you've turned into ted. >> ted is a bad influence. >> unruly bear. >> he is a bad influence. at least i haven't started, you know, smoking pot but he's -- it's bad. >> the movie business is a rough-tough business. what i was struck by in recent interviews, you have's made it clear that you see yourself now as a foremost businessman. everything comes away from that. explain that to me in more detail. >> i've always been business oriented. you know, i love acting. it's my first love. i want to build a business where i can also be at home a lot more. spend a lot more time with my wife and children. and, you know, i was never the kind of actor who was, you know, just sat home and waited for all the gre
accusations involving jerry sandusky. cnn reports in one email from 2001 penn state athletic director suggested officials work with coach sandusky in house to end the abuse instead of reporting it to state child welfare agencies. he said he came to the decision after talking with the late head football coach joe paterno. in another email the school's former president reportedly called this a, quote, humane and reasonable approach. but warned it could lead penn state, quoting again, vulnerable. coach paterno died this year. a lawyer for the family released a statement saying in part, quote, he believed coach paterno believed the matter would be thoroughly and professionally investigated and he did not interfere or attempt to compromise the investigation. an attorney for the former athletic director says his client did his best in the face of a tough situation. less than two weeks ago a jury convicted sandusky on 45 counts of abusing young boys and he's due to be sentenced in the next few months. let's take this to the judge, senior judicial analyst andrew napolitano. the first question
. >> all right. rob, we appreciate it. a lot of folks have been asking how they can help. can you go to cnn.com/impact if you would like to help the folks in that area. >>> it's nine minutes past 5:00 on the east coast and three members of nato's international security force have been shot and killed in southern afghanistan. they were gunned down yesterday, by a man wearing an afghan national police uniform. the identities of the victims and their nationalities have not yet been released. it isn't clear whether the attacker was in fact a police officer or instead was an infiltrator just wearing the afghan police uniform. >> the only abortion clinic still operating in mississippi can stay open at least for now. a new law in the state went into effect yesterday, requiring abortion providers to be certified obgyns. practitioners with privileges at area hospitals as well. that law puts the jackson women's health organization at risk. a federal judge issued a temporary restraining order that will keep the clinic's doors open at least until a hearing on july 11th. >>> it looks like mexico's old g
. >> it's as racy as ever. >> i don't know if you can say it on primetime cnn. >> we will just have a slew of bleeps. >> i apologize. >> one thing you thought he would never see him do. >> she says, we're okay talking about it? i said, sure. >>> good evening. a big story tonight. oliver stone won his first oscar over 30 years ago. for his screen play, "midnight express." he has been turning heads every since with ground-breaking and controversial tunes. his latest film is savages. he is opinionated. about everything. movie, politics, life. i have some tough questions for him and i'm pretty sure he will have tough answers. oliver stone. welcome. i am excited about this, because i have been a huge fan of yours for a long time. i don't usually say that. it's an american thing to say, but we are british and we hide things. i have watched most every one of your movies. i like the provocative under current to them. i love the fact that you in your own life are as provocative. you don't really take prisoners, do you? >> no, i try to be a politician. i try to be diplomatic. i don't want to offend
's as racy as ever. >> i don't know if you can say it on primetime cnn. >> one thing you thought he would never see him do. >>> good evening. oliver stone won his first oscar over 30 years ago. he has been turning heads every since with ground-breaking and controversial tunes. his latest film is savages. he is opinionated. oliver stone. i am excited about this, because i have been a huge fan of yours for a long time. i don't usually say that. it's an american thing to say, but we are british and we hide things. i like the provocative under current to them. you don't really take prisoners, do you? >> no, i try to be a politician. i try to be diplomatic. i don't want to offend people and i don't look for fights because you know what they end up in, it's not pretty. what i am interested in is curious about the truth and i don't want to run away from what i know. somebody says if you want to lead with a question and say i can't run from the truth, as least maybe they can phrase it better. >> if you google your name, almost everything that comes up on the first page says controversial. >> not
scheme and how they've changed his live. >>> cnn anchor public announced he's gay. in a letter saying he kept the sexual orientation private until now for personal and professional reasons. he says he realized the silence has given people an impression he was ashamed. he he says he found value in standing up. and i couldn't be anymore happy, comfortable with myself and proud. >> and everybody is talking about the b.e.t.awards and a funny moment between beyonce and jay-z and did great things for kim kardashian. she sat in the front row. >> and that buzz is dying down. as the spiderman hype heats up. here is on the red carpet.com. >> avengers to hunger games this year's movies are raking in catch. up next could be amazing spiderman this film opensv: in theater as cross the country introducing fans to the story of peter parker as he tries to understand the disappearance of his parents. jamie fox brought out a ton of laughs when presenting video of the year award with beyonce and jay-z in the same category. >> it's going to be an argument at the crib trying to see who is the hottest in the h
month. new e-mails uncovered by cnn show graham spanier agreed not to take allegations of abuse to police and worried the university would be vulnerable for failing to report it. >>> westminster police are looking for the suspects who assaulted a young woman near mcdaniel college. police say the man approached the victim friday afternoon asked her for a cigarette and slammed her into a stone column. she ran to her home, the suspect is in his late 20s or early 30s and as you can see has a buzz haircut. >>> still to come on wjz's eyewitness news. trouble for michael jordan's youngest son. why marcus jordan was arrested. >>> and cooler air headed our way, i'll have the exclusive warning five day weather forecast. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> crews out in maryland and along the atlantic coast tonight with hundreds of thousands of people remain without power. the recovery is going to take days if not weeks. the weather is the story out west as well where crews are gaining more ground on those massive colorado wildfires. thousands of evacuees were allowed to return to their homes today for
: this can't be what they mean when they say have a nice trip. jeanne moos, cnn. >> her entire behind. not just -- her entire behind. have a nice trip. see you at 10:00. >>> welcome to a gps special. the road map for saving health care. america's system of bringing us into the world and helping us stay alive and supporting us as we die is at a major crossroads. two years ago president obama signed the most comprehensive overall of american medicine since medicare. this week, the supreme court upheld almost all of the law in a dramatic 5-4 ruling setting up what is sure to be a heated election year debate. meanwhile, our out-of-control health care costs continue to climb. no other nation spends more than 12% of its economy on health care. america spends 17%. what is more, we don't benefit from the huge price tag. the standard measurement ranked 29th in the world. our mortality rate is twice that of sweden and japan. so what is our problem? in this hour in a "time" magazine essay, we will take you around the world to find out what lessons we can learn from others. we'll visit great brit
. >> it's as racy as ever. >> i don't know if you can say it on primetime cnn. >> one thing you thought he would never see him do.
. this back up to you. >>> cnns anderson couper is making news for once. we him out on a letter online saying, quote, the fact is i'm gay. in a note to the daily beast, andrew sullivan, cooper said, he kept it private for personal and professional reasons so he didn't want people to think he was ashamed by remaining 189. there is value in, quote, standing up and being counted. >>> some of r&bs finest take the stage at last night's b.e.t. awards to pay tribute to whitney houston. among the performers, singers monica and brandy. the night included tributes to donna summer, dick clark and don corn oleeous from "soul train." >>> new tonight on the news edge, more amazing stories after the storm hit the region where a family was trammed in their home by downed wires. >>> and then the damage is done. how do you fix your house? we talked to an expert to figure out the insurance claims and more incredible images you sent us from inside the storm. that is ahead on the news edge at 6. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] virtual wallet can help you be that person who's good with money. see what's free to spe
the time over at cnn and he lives in my neighborhood. i think a lot of folks already knew this. it wasn't like it was a big secret i think we should be grateful that now we're in a period where huge cnn anchors can do that. >> it is very liberating when someone who everybody already knows is gay comes out and says they're gay. >> very pioneering move. i think it is great that cnn has an anchor who is fearless about coming out as being gay one year after it was done already. >> also, i think the only reason i would have thought he was gay is if he had been a republican congressman. >> john: exactly right. the larry king syndrome. you've been on hold a long time, bill in missouri. what's up. good morning. >> caller: how are you? >> john: thank you for waiting, sir. >> caller: i just wanted to point out how republicans like -- everybody seen that kid at walmart that's always gotten their way. when they're told no, they throw a tantrum and get a swat on the behind. >> john: what's the other one? >> caller: and als
of this campaign. >> one other thing i wanted to bring up about health care is according to the new cnn poll, by 50-49, people agree with the supreme court decision so the country is evenly split which is basically a blank slate that either side can try to bring to bear. >> it's a cliche, but i think this issue was so thoroughly litigated in the court of public opinion two years ago that it's all sorted out. i think the president, it's factored into the stock price against the president. i think what the supreme court was going to decide wasn't going to make a whole lot of difference to most voters. they already formed opinions on health care. >> mitt romney and ann romney, when you talked about trying to flesh out who is this guy and does he share your values, mitt romney and ann romney jet skiing, i assume in new hampshire, so you can see that probably the best thing that he's got going for him is ann romney, who is out on the cover of "usa today" today talking about her struggle against m.s. and she's going to be writing a book, she says, about that. not about politics but about her health issu
! >> gallup right now and most other firms are polling registered voters. a cnn poll was out of registered voters. showed obama up three. polls of likely voters are always showing a better result for mitt romney because the enthusiasm is higher. there won't be as many younger voters going to the polls as there are in the register voter polls. we are looking at a gap between registers and likely voter polls. we are the only ones tracking likely voters on a daily basis. >> thank you, scott. >> thank you. >> i wish you had more time. you're coming on in the morning with me. if you're going to push your book, i can push "squawk box," right? >> scott's to the right of sorkin. >> who isn't? >> andrew sorkin. >> don't get me in trouble here. here is jimmy wayans who i had on set last time. looks like a republican. looks can be deceiving. cnbc contributor jimmy p. do you know why i'm going to say it? i have been practicing greek names because of what's going on over there. i'm not afraid to say yours. they said jimmy p. but i'll do the whole deal. >> embrace the madness. >> of the american enterpr
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